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The draft Connected Centers Street Plan, a strategy for improving street connectivity in centers in Eastern Neighborhoods, has been released and is now available.
You can access the draft report here: Revised Draft of Connected Centers Plan
This strategy was developed in coordination with the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Better Housing by Design project revising development and design standards in Portland’s multi-dwelling zones.
We welcome your review and feedback on this draft. Please submit comments by June 30th by replying to this email address. Include page numbers and headers (or other content identifiers) to make it easier for staff to consider your feedback.
Visit the Connected Centers Plan Background page for more information.
A brief description of the purpose and intent of the Connected Centers Street Plan
Proposed draft of the Connected Centers Plan. Released for public comment on May 18, 2018.
Memo outlining two options for improving street connectivity in areas designated for higher levels of growth within the new 2035 Comprehensive Plan, specifically Centers.
A summary of the updates to the Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code that are being proposed by the Better Housing by Design Team. The updates include many of the street connectivity code concepts that are being proposed in the Connected Centers Street Plan.
The Connected Centers team will be holding a joint public workshop with the Better Housing by Design team on Saturday, February 25th from 10am to 12pm at the Community Hall Annex at Portland Community College Southeast.